The FA has announced the fifth round FA Cup ties to be played live on TV.
Manchester United v Crawley Town
Saturday 19 February, 5.15pm – ITV1
Leyton Orient v Arsenal
Sunday 20 February, 4.30pm – ESPN
West Ham United v Burnley
Monday 21 February, 8pm – ESPN
Everton or Chelsea v Reading
Tuesday 1 March, 7.30pm – ESPN
Notts County or Manchester City v Aston Villa
Wednesday 2 March, 7.45pm – ITV1
The fourth round replays will also feature on live TV.
ESPN will cover Everton’s trip to Chelsea, The game kicks off at 12.30pm on Saturday 19th February 2011. and ITV will host Manchester City v Notts County at 2pm on Sunday 20th February 2011.
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